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and our tom traveled to texas, the home of the country' number one oil and gas-productiogas-producingstate. >> in the center of texas not so long ago this was a quiet farming and a cross road of the oil and gas home in south texas. that boom has opinion sunday night. >> there's an area where spanish is heard nearly as often as epbgish. >> translator: >> we've benefited quite a bit. we have a lot of oil companies that have helped us as well as other businesses. a will the of people are moving here from all over texas. >> reporter: it's been more than a century since texas saw their first oil gusher. with new hydraulic technology t drillers are exploring the deep shale as never before. texas doubles its crude production from two decades of falling output if it was considered an independent nation texas would rank the highest and kuwait and venezuela on the oil raising state. texas was able to escape the worst of the great recession while u.s. jobs grew by 1% in the last five years the oil an gas industry increase peud 40%. those paychecks are fourishing the local
of the oil and gas boom. in the past few years, production has doubled in south texas. and job creation continues to rise. tom ackerman reports. >> it's midday in the once sleepy center of nixon, texas. not so long ago, this was a quiet farming town. now it's a literal crossroad of the oil and gas drilling boom in south texas. that has been again for the family restaurant run by dates e rojas. she has been drawn to an area where spanish is heard nearly as often as english. >> we have benefitted quite a bit because we have a lot of oil companies, and they have helped us, as well as other businesses in nixon. a lot of people are moving here from all over texas. >> it's been more than a sentence tree since texas saw its first oil gusher making america the world's leading producer until it was eclipsed by the middle east. but with new hydraulic fracturing technology, drillers are exploiting the state's deep shale oil and gas deposits as never before. >> in the past three years, texas has doubled crude production, a sharp referenceable from two decades of falling output. if it were considere
. >>> as american's surge in oil production made a new global price shock. i'm tom acreman in texas. that story coming up. on techknow, our scientists bring you a sneak-peak of the future, and take you behind the scenes at our evolving world. techknow - ideas, invention, life. america. >>> welcome back. the last of the u.n. chemical weapons inspectors have left syria can and have driven across the border to beirut in neighboring lebanon. the department describes the chemical weapon attack as a challenge for world. he's considering a narrative response. six people died in protest on friday. 190 others were wounded. back to our top story now the crisis in syria. joining me live in london. he's editor and chief. president obama described the suspected chemical weapons attack in syria as a challenge to the world. is it a challenge to the world? >> no. it is a challenge in the least. it is a challenge to oh the syrian, hezbollah and in a way russia. what he's going to achieve by this narrow ma. -rb mmanipulative fight,when prn 1998 as revenge for naorobi, what happened is osama took revenge three ye
know - ideas, invention, life. my name is jonathan betz. i'm from dallas, texas, and i'm an anchor for al jazeera america. >>my name is ranjani chakraborty, i'm from houston, texas. >>i'm kim bondy. >>nicole deford. >>and i'm from new orleans. >>san francisco, california. when i was a little kid, i just really loved the news. >>news was always important in my family. >>i knew as a kid that was exactly what i wanted to do. >>i learned to read by reading the newspaper with my great-grandfather every morning. >>and i love being able to tell other people stories. >>this is it, i want to be a part of this. >>this is what really drove me to al jazeera america. welcome pack. the crisis in syria continues to lead our news at this hour. u.n. chemical weapons inspectors are now in lebanon. the convoy arrived there early this morning hours after completing their investigation. they are findings are expected to take a couple of weeks. we cannot accept a world where innocent civilians are gassed on a terrible scale. >> president obama suggests the u.s. must take action the syria. today he will make th
him a 3-1 lead. the ray s who tie it at 3. cocoa crisp scores from second. texas loses to the a's. now two back of texas in the west. half a game up on the rays for the top wild card spot. the giants and d-backs and angel pagan. the giants needed him. scored the only run of the game. a sack fly and pagan deep to throw and 1-0 giants. tim lincecum on the mound and sandoval and that would have been a sure double. timmy goes six score less for his eighth victory. the giants somehow win the game 1-0. we get our first look at the head coach and the new quarterback. the true freshman will leave the offense against northwestern. >> i am excited. it is a new experience like it is for our young players. when it is something new you are excited about it. i know the game day atmosphere will be great and the student section especially. we are excited to take it all in. most importantly we are excited to play against a good football team. >> serena williams is looking to move on from a round of 16. the next rally at the net here and serena with the forehand winner. she rolls 6-3, 6-1 and will face
at the coliseum and it gave him a 3-1 lead. the ray s who tie it at 3. cocoa crisp scores from second. texas loses to the a's. now two back of texas in e west. half a game up on the rays for the top wild card spot. the giants and d-backs and angel pagan. the giants needed him. scored the only run of the game. a ck fly and pagan deep to throw and 1-0 giants. tim lincecum on the mound and sandoval and that would have been a sure double. timmy goes six score less for his eighth victory. the giants somehow win the ga 1-0. we get our fst look at the head cch and the new quarterback. the true freshman wl leave the offense against northwestern. >> i am excited. it is a new experience like it is for our young players. when it is something new you are excited about it. i know the game day atmosphere will be great and the student section especially. we areexcited to take it all in. most importantly we are excited to play against a good football team. >> serena williams is looking to move on from aound of 16. the next rally at the net here and serena with the forehand winner. she rolls 6-3, 6-1 and will face
. cocoa crisp scores from second. texas loses to the a's. now two back of texas in the west. half a game up on the rays for the top wild card spot. the giants and d-backs and angel pagan. the giants needed him. scored the only run of the game. a sack fly and pagan deep to throw and 1-0 giants. tim lincecum on the mound and sandoval and that would have been a sure double. timmy goes six score less for his eighth victory. the giants somehow win the game 1-0. we get our first look at the head coach and the new quarterback. the true freshman will leave the offense against northwestern. >> i am excited. it is a new experience like it is for our young players. when it is something new you are excited about it. i know the game day atmosphere will be great and the student section especially. we are excited to take it all in. most importantly we are excited to play against a good football team. >> serena williams is looking to move on from a round of 16. the next rally at the net here and serena with the forehand winner. she rolls 6-3, 6-1 and will face sloan stevenson. one of three players who h
on that and a look at the ncaa best conference, we turn to college football writer for yahoo sports. >> texas a&m comes into this year having already lost a lot of dies and johnny has had a really tough off season. so it's going tock interesting to see how texas a&m jells together. how manzel shakes off this rough off season. can he concentrate on football after everything he has been through? after partying winning the heisman, all this new celebrity and fame, and i think that's what people are most excited to see, is whether johnny can be the excitable player that everybody saw last year, and not be kind of the poster boy for a heisman fail. as he has been this off season. i think what we saw from the s exc already this weekend, proves that this is going to be a formidable conference. you saw vandy, and olemiss play a nail biter, which was really exciting and those aren't even two of top in the conference, i expect a lot out of alabama. i think they are going to show they are the most come innocence team in the conference, it could be kind of violent, and kind of exciting to watch if you are
-2008, texas gained million jobs. texas is a right to work state. they have a closed shop that they could force you to pay the union dues regardless if you're a member of the union or not. that changed the task from 1947. there was a time they thought it was fair. >> eric: ebony, you said the unions do good things. help me out. what do they do? >> they can help with advocat advocating. some people can't do it on their own. some n a perfect world you could say the work conditions are crappy. but some can't. they need a collective effort. that is something unions can serve. >> eric: do they need a collective effort? >> i think an individual -- it's better to have an individual bargain on their behalf from their needs. right to work is pro-freedom and fro-worker. collective bargaining is not good. allow the individual to speak on their behalf.kes this work ie catchtition. is there a competitive atmosphere for the economic way out, then jobs are going to be determined by the competition. i don't need the union to protect me from that. i have to have a competitive state to know i can work for certai
'm from dallas, texas, and i'm an anchor for al jazeera america. >>my name is ranjani chakraborty, i'm from houston, texas. >>i'm kim bondy. >>nicole deford. >>and i'm from new orleans. >>san francisco, california. when i was a little kid, i just really loved the news. >>news was always important in my family. >>i knew as a kid that was exactly what i wanted to do. >>i learned to read by reading the newspaper with my great-grandfather every morning. >>and i love being able to tell other people stories. >>this is it, i want to be a part of this. >>this is what really drove me to al jazeera america. wouldn't believe there is a farm inside of it. while the death toll from cholera continues to rise, a new fight for justice has begun. mario joseph is the most famous lawyer in haiti. he's won landmark victories for victims of political persecution. today, he's collecting medical records. with very limited resources mario is representing thousands of haitians who've been affected by cholera. it's the case of his life - they're trying to sue the united nations. >> the united nations have a l
a significant role as we should. texas will be one of them. >> you will be behind wendy davis. >> will be in texas in a bigger way. >> you mentioned secretary perez and your expectations. if you're looking at -- to join a fight instances that he will face that tell us about how we will proceed. what are you looking for. >> and he is being helpful now. he's in the middle of the talk on health care. he is the one solving the problems we have in health care. very important, very instrumental. we will see what he does on classification, and misclassification. on prevailing wage. things like that. he has his record. his record shows he has been willing to stand up and support working people. we believe he will continue to do that. i think he will be more aggressive. i think he will be more focused. his background is such that he understands a little more effectively how to enforce laws and how to run a large agency. the department of labor is very large. i think he has his experience, and his history will serve him well in this job and allow him to be a very effective secretary of
antonio texas, para el 6 de septiembre arrancar su gira de conciertos en guadalajara mÉxico, que llegara a estados unidos en el mes de noviembre en los Ángeles, magali ortiz, primer impacto. >>> gracias magali, don vicente fernÁndez fue dada de alta esta misma tarde y ya estÁ ray en su rancho, en compaÑÍa de su familia. le deseamos pronta recuperaciÓn y estaremos orando por su salud. >>> vamos a cambiar de tema en san antonio, todo listo para el festival de people en espaÑol, que se espera la participaciÓn de alejandro fernÁndez los artistas siguen llegando a esta ciudad tejana y se encuentra siri con los detalles. cuÉntanos ¿que ocurre por allÁ?. >>> buenas tardes, me encuentro en el escenario donde el fin de semana participaran grandes estrellas, como gloria stefan, wisÍn y yandel, chris pÉrez, el viudo de selena y juan rivera aquÍ estÁ todo listo, sin embargo, la gran interrogante es si se presentarÁ o no alejandro fernÁndez, luego que se supo que su padre don vicente estÁ hospitalizado. >>> luces cÁmara y acciÓn, esta es la prueba de sonido de gloria stefan, su p
the numbers, that kind of discretion was gone. he came from texas, a registered republican, which a lot of people find surprising given what he did. his dad was a police officer. he was an outsider in terms of the police department culture. he didn't grow up in bay ridge or jamaica or south bronx. he was on the outside. he didn't have any ties here. he didn't want to be a police officer. he had been in the navy as a coreman, got out, and worked for motorolla on software chips and only moved back to new york because his mother got sick. she was very sick. she said to him -- there was an ad for police department for police recruiting ad after 9/11 said try to be a police officer. he said, oh, i don't want to do that. she finally convinced him, and he took the test, did very well, they called him immediately, and he found himself standing there in the police academy, and for the first couple years, he went along with the program. the first thing you do as a police officer is go to impact where you are sent to a high crime precinct as a rookie, and for eight months, told to write tickets. y
se ven en temperaturas más altas, el anticiclon se queda en la zona de texas pero las lluvias alcanzaran todo el este con precipitaciones en new york y en miami mientras en la comisión costa este que también seguiran las lluvias en nuestro méxico y en arizona. >> la niebla esta mañana se ha desecho y esta es la tendencia a partir de los próximos días, la temperaturas están en los 70 grados en las playas, luego desapareceran tenemos trguas que regresarian las brumas pero este fin de semana largo con temperaturas máximas agradables que difruten. >> ♪. úú <>> amsa amigos bienvenidos buenas noches desd eel inicio otro técnico ha quedado fuera, se definio prácticamente en los primeros 11 minutos, josé maría el chema cardenas tuvo uno de elos mejores partidos y el chileno hector mancilla comenzaba, golazo del xzacatecano que lo celebro como que habían ganado y el señor golazo y ganaron los monarcas por goleada de cuatro a uno. >> ante los esmeraldas de leon, a ciudad cooperativa la que fue su casa en los agllos blancos del querétaro, chiapas ante tijuana dos parti
back of texas in the west. parker by the way ties cat fish hunter with 17 straight start without a loss. good for him. the giants only had three hits today, but it turns out that was enough. angel pagan gets a bro hug from the president. he is back since that hamstring injury may 25. look at this. pagan delivers in his first at bat. just the third pitch of the game for the only run of the game. bottom 6th inning now. here is the play of the game. pablo sandoval, they say he has lost about 25 pounds. he shows he is doing it here with the nice stop and throw. the benches love it. that was with the bases loaded. martin prado, right through the pitcher's leg. turns the double play. prado can't believe it. pagan loves it. giants win it. romo, his 33 save. the 49ers finish the preseason 3/1 and relatively injury free. james suffered a sprained right knee in the win over the chargers last night. he is their primary return man, punts and kickoff. he will be missed there, but should be back about week three against the colts. the raiders meanwhile have quarterback issues. torrell prior had a cha
about blacks and gays and others -- >> in texas, like we say things that are sometimes we joke and we don't mean it. >> when she said that, that pissed me off. i went to a high school where there were more black people and more asian people. probably not good while you're doing this. >> dave chappelle was performing in hartford, connecticut. he had a standoff with the crowd for 25 minutes. at him becauseng he was doing normal standup. >>
, rick perry texas, governor, marco rubio, donald trump, real estate mogel. >> who on this list is the top gop nomination? >> the answer is jeb bush. you're not going to see immediately, scrambling on the right. republicans tend to respect seniority. florida and the rest will come back. >> you know whose leading in the polls now don't you? >> of course, i do. look at somebody like rand paul or jeb bush or donald trump. >> chris christy's got to get past the right wing. quite simply, i think he and jeb are both in the race, so will ted cruz and rand paul. chris christy's in favor of gun control, and the other he has his arm around president obama. he said -- he's an eastern republican. he comes across as a liberal. to the tea party people, he does. >> many republicans -- i'm sure he does, to some republicans. he and jeb bush are the two main likely candidates. i think those are the -- i'm not supporting anybody. keeping the neutral position of the journalist. >> i disagree. i think the top two candidates right now are ted cruz and rand paul. clearance is very well correct. jeb bu
en texas y la florida. otro segmento importante de latino vive en new york, el illinois y arizona. >>> voluntarios de todo el paÍs emprendieron una bÚsqueda de desamparados en varios estados y lo que encontraron fue alarmante, un gran nÚmero de personas que viven de la caridad pÚblica son adolescentes galo arellano nos cuenta como sobreviven y cuÁles son los factores que lo llevaron a la calle. >>> que new york california y la florida son estados con mayor presencia de estampa radios no es una novedad. pero que un alto porcentaje de esta comunidad sean adolecentes abandonados a su suerte es una primicia. justin dejÓ su hogar en zinz Ñato antes de cumplir su mayorÍa de edad, buscÓ trabajo a travÉs de internet, pero nunca lo consiguiÓ. para retar a la adversidad se mudÓ a miami. lleva consigo una carpa y literalmente duerme en un rincÓn de la ciudad. son 200 deslars Ólares a el mes segÚn la coaliciÓn de desamparados en miami, cientos de ad lea exentoss y jÓvenes entre los 13 y 24 aÑos de edad no tienen un hogar. y para hallarlos decidieron hacer un conteo en calles
people would rather like that. >> in the park in san francisco then to go back to mississippi or texas or whether we have escaped from. this is the only place on earth that we have so we have a special bloogs to maintain a sanctuary for lgbt people. i think this is the moment where the city is recognizing there's a problem and not all gay people are rich and thank you for your support >> thank you. >> good afternoon, commissioners. i'm at lyric. i feel it's important for the commissioners to approve this as a former queer trans youth it's difficult four us i mean the queer and queer variant. when i was in the homeless shelter it was difficult i faced many prejudices. even when shelter say they address accident queer or the transgenders i know they don't. i notice a lot of any sisters from the age of 16 to 24 their subject to a lot of abuse and be it physical or verbal they suffer abuse in general. it's hard to exist in a closed-minded society. you're not seen as the person you are but whatever someone else knows you represent. so many of my sisters are forced out into the street to d
reports from san antonio in texas. >> the oil producing countries of the arab world decided to use their oil as a political weapon. >> in the heat of the 1973 arab israeli war, the countries that dominated opec clamped an oil empargo on the west that's when americans first learned what it is like to cope with long cues at filling stations. and the u.s. president first set the goal of making america energy self-sufficient. >> by the end of this decade, americans will not have to rely on any source of energy beyond our own. >> four decades later the u.s. still depends on imports. but president obama says the surge of domestic crude protection together with more fuel efficient vehicles is putting energy independence within site. >> we are finally poised to control our own energy future. we produce more oil at home than we have in 15 years. >> despite stricter sanctions against crude and recent supplied disruptions in libya, iraq, and nigeria, american consumers are hardly feeling them reflected in what they pay to fill their tanks. >> gasoline prices at the pump in the u.s. this summe
scores from second. a's win, 4-3. texas loses. a's are two back of texas in the west and half a game up on the raise to the top wildcard. giants and d-backs. angel pegan, first became back. scored the giants' only run. in the first brandon belt sacked. beats the throw, 1-0 giants. only one of run of this game. timmy lincecum pitching. pablo sandoval robs aj pollack of what would have been a short double and throws him out to end the inning. timmy goes six scoreless for his eighth win of the year. giants with only three hits find a way to get it done in a 1-0 victory. >>> the sunny e.r.a. begins tonight in perkily, cal hosting northwestern. here comes the bear offense. true game for freshman quarterback jared goff. he was named the start area couple weeks ago. excited to get his first true taste of college football. dikes is ready to tee it up for the first time at memorial stadium. >> i'm excited. it will be a new experience for me just like it is a lot of our young layers. any team it's something different or new, you are always excited about it. i know the game day atmosphere here is
second. a's win, 4-3. texas loses. a's are two back of texas in the west and half a game up on the rays for the top wildcard. giants and d-backs. angel pegan, first became back. scored the giants' only run. in the first brandon belt sacked. beats the throw, 1-0 giants. only one of run of this game. d-backs load the bases in the sixth. timmy lincecum pitching. pablo sandoval robs a.j. pollack of what would have been a short double and throws him out to end the inning. timmy goes six scoreless for his eighth win of the year. giants with only three hits find a way to get it done in a 1-0 victory. >>> the sunny dikes era begins tonight in berkeley. cal hosting northwestern. here comes the bear offense. true game for freshman quarterback jared goff. he was named the starter a couple weeks ago. excited to get his first true taste of college football. dikes is ready to tee it up for the first time at memorial stadium. >> i'm excited. it will be a new experience for me just like it is a lot of our young layers. any team it's something different or new, you are always excited about it. i know th
in houston, texas. it's interesting. it's the only radio station in the country whose transmitter who was blown up for the ku klux klan. they strapped dynamite to it and blew it to smith reins. the silver line it's not as if they had a money to advertise the new stationing and blew it to the consciousness of the potential listening audience and the people of houston when they got back on the feet and rebuilt the transmitter. the clan blew it up again. i don't remember was it grand dragon, i often confuse their titles, but he said it was proudest fact. i think that's because he understood how dangerous independent media is. dangerous because it allows people to speak for themselves. and when you hear a palestinian child or an israeli grandmother, an aunt from iraq or uncle from afghanistan telling their story, it makes it much more difficult to caricature on stereo type. it begins the process of understanding of finding common ground. you don't have to agree with them. how often do we agree with our family members? you start to understand where they're coming from. i believe the media
or later they are going to push the president over the line. host: let us go to hosea in kingsville, texas on the democrats line. guest: how are you doing? i want to thank washington journal. i'm against any type of strike on syria. that would be considered an act of war. it is peace that must be freely given to all people on planet earth. a great nationbe that has peace and a great force for all people to admire and x -- and respect. did you have a chance to hear anything up information that was put out by the administration yesterday? caller: i sure do. to tell you the truth. -- to tell you the truth i believe john kerry should be replaced as secretary of state. i am very saddened. host: what saddens you specifically? caller: his wanting an attack on syria. i think we should give peace a chance. i am a second generation united states marine. my son is third-generation with tree combat tours. i think we need to give peace a chance. what would jesus christ do? from oregon. next caller: i'm calling to let you know i did not agree with this. the whole anything world should be involved in it,
back to school, one 11-year-old in texas won't be starting middle school with kids his age. he's starting his freshman year at texas christian university. he's the youngest to walk the campus. >> reporter: it is always impressive to see an 11-year-old play a piano like an accompli accomplished adult, even if his feet can't reach the pedal. as school gets under way, carson may find little time for piano practice. >> calculus one, physics one, history and religion. >> reporter: at 4'7" and 75 pounds, he's a freshman at texas christian university. his major? physics. >> it's the quantum physics, which is what's interesting to me about physics. >> reporter: carson is the youngest student at tcu. i want to be a doctorate, ph.d. >> reporter: it's not only extraordinary, it can be a problem on all those college forms. >> he was completely off the grid when it came to even the most basic of things like completing an application or financial aid form. the date of birth, the forms would not accept his application. >> he loves to learn. >> reporter: he was home schooled until 5. >> by age
. >> people are up in arms about this. >> as julie chen confronts big brothers over racial slurs. >> in texas we say things. i am trying to help you. >>> lamar odom arrested and why khloe's husband was thrown in jail. >>> miley's raunchy photos as dr. laura goes on the attack. >> she's a disgusting little pig. >> then -- >> i might be able to stand in the space i hold for myself without the march. >> more from kevin's emotional interview with oprah on her rousing i have a dream remembered speech. >> such a powerful moment. >> i couldn't believe it was happening to me. >>> plus, tv's new revenge weight loss show. >> hear what the woman slimming down to confront the ex who shamed her. >> my heart was, like, beating out of my chest. >>> and genie, barbara eden at 82. >>> now, where yahoo! and broadcast meet for 24/7 access to celebrity news, "omg! insider." >> khloe kardashian's husband locked up for an alleged dui, hi, everyone, i'm thea andrews, kevin is in dallas with oprah. their tearful conversation is coming up. michael yo is here with me tonight. >> hello, everyone, a lot of trending trac
on america's energy boom, tom acorman reports from san antonio, texas. >> the oil producing current trees decided today use -- >> in the 1973 war, an oil em bargo was clapped on the west. >> that's when americans first learn what it's like to cope with long queues for filling stations. and america set the goal of making energy self-sufficient. >> by the end of this decade, americans will not have to rely on any source of energy beyond our own. >> 4 decades later, the u.s. still depends upon imports. president obama says the surge of domestic crude production with more fuel-efficient vehicles is putting energy independence into site. >> we are poised to control our energy future. we produce more oil at home than we have in 15 years. >> despite stricter sanctions against iranian crude and recent supply disruptions in libya, iraq and nigeria, american consumers are hardly feeling them reflected in what they pay to fill their tanks. >> gasoline prices this summer are virtually at the same area they were one year ago. that largely reflects the steadiness in crude oil prices globally. >> thanks
: friday night in texas. thousands of high school players will take to the field tonight. this early in the school year, many have already learned one lesson. what a concussion feels like. >> i blacked out, was dizzy, kind of saw stars. >> i went to the locker room and everything was just like a blur, like nauseous, really dizzy. >> reporter: so what's being done to keep these players safe? >> work up and through. eyes up! >> reporter: nearly 3,000 youth leagues in all 50 states have adopted new standards for tackling, teaching kids to keep their heads up -- the best way to avoid a concussion. >> we're helping change the culture of the game. >> reporter: the nfl-funded program is called "heads up football," and critics say it's little more than a pr campaign. at the college level, teams like virginia tech placed sensors into the foam of players' helmets to record the power of hits in g's. anything over a certain level and the team doctor gets a page. despite those efforts, the numbers are alarming. a recent study of high school sports injuries found that more than 140,000 young athle
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that cover the games. the university of texas football program made nearly $78 million last year alone. yes, college ball is good business for virtually everyone involved, except for those who actually play the game. those athletes whose blood, sweat, and tears sell all the tickets, jerseys, and television packages, athletes like johnny m manzell of texas a&m. the ncaa suspected he was paid for signing autographs. he's off the hook, slapped on the wrist for a half-game suspension, but this is just the latest chapter in a long debate about big-time college football. who's really winning when so many are making millions off everything remotely connected to the players, except the student athletes, who can't even make money off their own signature. joining me now, nicole hourback, a college sports reporter for "usa today," and our friend, roman ovin, who after playing two sports at the university of louisville, went on to a 12-year nfl career as an offensive tackle. also joel anderson, senior sports writer at buzzfeed, and david epstein, senior writer with "sports illustrated" and author of "t
traded back. lowry off of joel peralta. texas loses. the a's are two games back in the west. the score the giants' only run in the first. the giants with the only run of this game. tim lincecum pitching. pablo sandoval. it would have been a short double and throws him out to end the inning. he has his eight win of the year. giants find a way to get it done in a 1-0 victory. the sunny era begins tonight in berkeley. cla hosting northwestern. first game for true freshman quarterback. he was excited to get his first true taste of college football. he is ready to tee it up for the first time at memorial stadium. so any time it's something different and new you're always excited about it. the student section especially. we're excited to take it all in. most importantly we're excited about the opportunity to play against a good football team. >> vina william looking to move on. nice rally at the net. winner is serena. she will face stevens in the third round. and kobe bryant has to be feeling good about his achilles tendon. is this normal rehab? kobe writing if i can run, i can jump. that's
as texas. in 1680 nathaniel sylvester in english man brought up in amsterdam and his english wife counted 24 people as their property, the largest number in the north at that time, 11 men and women and 13 children. many african names and others had creel names such as chiquero that tells you they had come from other places besides africa. they had been transported the west indies or to brazil chiquero could be name of french origin, jaque tells you it may have a spanish connotation. call it what you will. that's chiquero. the slave labor produced the first well for the sylvester's from the west indian sugar trade. on the shelter island the tended hogs and cattle to butcher for salt and meat. the bread and pro courses to power the sugar mills and cut trees to shape to make tasks which were really the shopping bags of the day. you couldn't do anything with sugar unless you had a barrel to put it. you couldn't do anything with rahm unless you had a barrel to put it. you couldn't do anything with molasses unless you had a barrel to put it. the staves that were cut here were shaken down which
guess who is still ♪ ♪ >> neil: well, your food and your money. school district in north texas dropping out of the government's healthy lunch program. a lot of kids say the food was terrible. they're dumping it in the trash. the latest district to dump the taxpayers funded program. i don't expect it will be the last. >> i talked to a superintendent who dumped it and he said they were forced to serve cardboard whole wheat pizza and grape tomatoes and diet dressing so the kids didn't eat it. so they were falling asleep in class. meanwhile he put together a turkey sandwich with lettuce and tomato on honey wheat bread. it didn't qualify because it had to be nine grain instead of honey wheat. he said take your money and shove it. we have our own program. >> neil: he said take your money and shove it? >> i think so. it was illinois. chicago. but it's just, when the feds send guidelines down it's a game of -- >> neil: they're too rigid. a healthier alternative to what the kids would enjoy than the more mall stuff they're served is turned down because it doesn't meet strict guidelines. >> that'
and prizes in several categories. this video from cypress ranch high school in texas won for community involvement. >> ♪ who do you think you are? ♪ trying to call the shots ♪ think you're so cool, but you're so not ♪ >> the video was created by trip oswald, a senior at cypress ranch. >> bullying is something that has to stop, and we're all really passionate about that. it's just been such an amazing journey for all of us. and we were just astounded by all the people that we had show up. >> ♪ ...that you're so cool, but you're so not ♪ >> as this video proves, you can get your whole school on board the "no bullying" bandwagon. and that's the goal of the great american "no bull" challenge -- make a great video, go viral, and change attitudes. [ drums banging rhythmically ] >> you can find more terrific videos at the link on our website. hopefully, you'll be inspired to create your own video for next year's "no bull" challenge. good luck! >> we have a lot more to tell you about. >> so stay with us. >> tens of thousands of civilians continue to flee syria's civil war. many of
to the south very warm across kansas, oklahoma, and down towards texas. all right, guys back to you. >> thank you, rick. >> thanks so much. next on the rundown, we just told you president obama has an obligation to act in syria. has he proven had his case? texas congressman louie gohmert joins us live with us take next. >> workers at one of the nation's businessiest airports stealing items from checked baggage. did they take anything from you. >> alisyn: is that the right video? >> tucker: yeah. right there. baggage handler. check it out... over 20 million drivers are insured with geico. so get a free rate quote today. i love it! how much do you love it? animation is hot...and i think it makes geico's 20 million drivers message very compelling, very compelling. this is some really strong stuff! so you turned me into a cartoon...lovely. geico. fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more on car insurance. it's a reality check. i had my reality check when i'd be sitting there with my friends who had their verizon phones and i'd be sitting there like "mine's still loading!" i couldn't
, like some of the real estate investment trusts, i don't touch them. let's go to john in texas. >> caller: greetings from austin. i have all of your books. watch the show every day live and record it and admire your energy level. >> thank you very much. >> caller: no problem. my question about your on going suggestion to buy stock shares in increments. >> right. >> caller: i understand why, but doesn't that eat up commission money even though it can offset capital gains or losses? what's your take on that? >> my feeling is strong on this. when i got in commissions were about quadruple what they are now and i recommended that strategy because i didn't want people to do it all at once and then get confused and lose interest or hate the market. so it's even better now with the commission rates low. so i'm not going to back away from my view. commission rates are low enough to do that trading and not hurt yourself. nick in new jersey, nick. >> caller: hey, cramer, big booyah from new jersey. >> love it. >> caller: i want to give a shout out to my brother overseas in the navy. >> th
ordeal began. you drive down with a friend to brownsville, texas check in with the u.s. authorities. what do you tell the u.s. people? >> we told them we have got this hunting shotgun, and we're trying to go through mexico legally what do we have to do? they gave us paper work to fill ourt. said you know if you declare it with this paper work you should be fine. we paid a fee, we crossed the border. and... declared the weapon and after that, things started going wrong. >> bill: you go to the mexican side, you show them american paper work, they immediately owe do what do you? >> it took them a while to talk to superiors to figure out what they're going to do but once the certain superior that made the decision i was going to go to jail came through, they started doing paper work. they didn't let us know we're going jail. they made it sound like we're going to go to a place and faye pai a fee. so they took us downtown we stayed there for four days. my friend got out. i stayed in. and then, i ended up in prison. >> bill: what happened when you walked moo the prison? >> initially there is so
temperatures, of course, they're cool. seaside 62. half moon bay at 60. but 88-degree water in parts of texas. and right there at miami beach, 87. i would jump in a heartbeat. much cooler as you go up the coast. this is labor day on monday. wet along the east coast. and the problematic flash flooding in the desert southwest. >> this weather report has been brought to you by famous footwear. and in the weather world and elsewhere, the tornado from back in may, that second, big, killer tornado, was an f-3. got upgraded to ef-5. and then, down to ef-3. >>> coming up on "good morning america," 16 years after her death, our obsession with princess diana is as strong as ever. a new movie. a new book. conspiracy theories, as well. we're learning about who she was, even thousand. >>> and what do you do when 32 tattoos are not enough? david beckham showing off the latest addition to his very david beckham showing off the latest addition to his very private collection. ady, rl become a and finding the courage to let her go. but what about the little victories? a smile... a confident glow... or a "thank
, specifically the family members for those killed at this texas army post. it was about them and it was about finally getting some closure four years after this shooting. people like the mother of specialist jason hunt, he was 22 years old, he was married for 2 1/2 months. until nidal hasan walked in and gunned him down. >> nidal hasan is a coward and unrepep ent murderer. >> he will be transferred to the military death row. he'll join the five other condemned soldiers there until his automatic appeals process plays out. hasan didn't request that. it's simply a formality. the nearly $300,000 he's earned while in confinement could wind up one day going to the family members through civil proceedings that are likely to follow now this conviction and now that this sentence has been handed down. >> casey, thank you. >>> so george zimmerman's wife pleading guilty to a misdemeanor perjur perjury. she told the judge they had little funds when they reportedly received $100,000 from internet donors. she'll have to serve 100 hours of community and one year probation. >>> let's get to the a team. judith
to west texas, arizona in the 1940s, parts of new mexico, the arid west, these are dry parts of america, these can be irrigated, roosevelt really did believe parts of the united states could be a model for the middle east. and whether he is meeting with the shah of iran in december of 43 or king farouk in february '45, he is constantly bringing of four stations. how many trees he planted estimate how many plant in his life, he flew over the middle east when he was leaving the tehran conference, he was surprised power era the middle east was. everyone should be involved in a big civilian conservation corps campaign to plant trees in the middle east to get their topsoil rooted and -- some of these arab leaders, he ruled over 1 paved road, so talk to him about these massive infrastructure projects, the american said we can bring a new deal to the middle east, we can develop the middle east, this will be part of the plan of reciprocity. here is where they ran into a big problem. the american critique, the british had sided with most of the regionales, they failed to distinguish between the
scrutinized had to be texas a&m and rice. manziel had to sit out the first half due to an inadvertent violation of rules accepting cash for autographs. making up for time in the second half. manziel entered in the third quarter. looks sharp, finds mike evans, slips one tackle, 38-21 aggies. this would be the final of the game, on the run, across his body, evans again, manziel's third td pass of the second half. starts talking a little smack with his opponents. manziel will get an unsportsman like conduct penalty from the head coach fuming when manziel comes to the sideline, aggies win this one 52-31 that final. >>> ohio state hosting the bulls of buffalo. buckeyes scored on the opening drive. heisman candidate. braxton miller, out to smith. 8-0 after a two-point conversion. buckeyes score 22 in the first quarter. hall, 49-yard touchdown, ohio state undefeated last year but ineligible for postseason play. 40-20. notre dame hosting temple, fighting irish came out throwing first quarter. tommy reese on the money to daniels. 32 yards, notre dame up 7-0. second quarter, at it again, connec
the authorization should be written. he does come from texas. a very strong pro military state. so it will remain to be seen if ted cruz is there for the vote. that's an open question. the other thing is the president is boxed in by not only the calendar now but by the prospect that he won't win the vote. we are told by the white house briefers, he will take military action. there is the military side of it. we know that the chairman of the joint chiefs, martin dempsey, was not in favor of this from the get-go. you have five warships prepositioned. we're spending money. you have men at the ready. on the front lines in these ships in the persian gulf. you have two carrier ships and some were due to rotate out. but they're turned back or held over. what is the rotation there? what is the rhythm of the military? what are the costs for them? and i have to say because of the optics of this, after announcing this pullback, the president and the vice president at this hour are golfing here in washington. >> yeah. >> a lot of people are going to ask questions that. >> i don't disagree. i was a little sur
" mentality. >> brown: you were with constituents in texas the last couple of days. >> i was. >> brown: what are you hearing is it are you hearing concern? >> absolutely. yesterday i had two town hall meetings. the top two questions were, "why does syria matter to us?" and "how can we trust the president?" now, i represent a different area that eliot does. but the point is, this is the time to be the president of all the people, and convince all of the people that this is in our national interest. and so far, he hasn't done that? >> brown: eliot engel, has the administration explained its position adequately. that seems to be one of the issues here. >> well, i don't disagree with mac. i think the president has to come before the american people. people. i think what we saw secretary kerry do today was the start of that. i think the president, if he acts-- and i believe he will-- will explain what he's doing to the american people. i think this will be limited in scope, and it will be done to show assad that the gassing of his own people is not acceptable. this is a war crime. those pictures
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